How to Change Read-Only Files in Microsoft Word?

Answer In Microsoft Windows operating systems, file properties known as "attributes" may be set to control the use of the file. For example, a file attribute may be set on the file to make the file "Read-... Read More »

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Can Microsoft Works 9.0 read Word files?

Microsoft Works 9.0 can read and edit Word files in the absence of the Microsoft Word program. Files written in Microsoft Works 9.0 also can be saved as Word documents--with a .doc or a .docx file ... Read More »

How Do I Edit a Read-Only Part of a Microsoft Word Document?

If your Microsoft Word document is read only, then it may have been password protected to prevent you from modifying it. Microsoft Word's password protection doesn't just apply to the whole documen... Read More »

How do i convert pdf files into microsoft word files for editing?

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Can Microsoft Publisher open Microsoft Word files?

Microsoft Publisher can import Microsoft Word documents for use in its program. If you are using Publisher 2007, it can convert files from Word 97 to Word 2007. You can import a Word file or you ca... Read More »